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here in pink, upstairs friends or spending the night. they say he came up to the room and saw 15 fbi agents coming inside. >> nobody is armed, and nobody has a gun. >> then he heard gunfire. >> it was all for nothing. >> she was treated for a flesh wound and released. they say they don't even own any guns. the fbi has only said that agents from the baltimore field office were executing a search warrant when shots were fired. others heard the gunfire and were stunned. >> nothing ever happens over here. >> until today. >> as you can see, fbi agents at home in district heights. the top of the indictment, that is tony adams. he says that he does know tony, but at no time has he ever lived here. the attorney's office say they will release more on this case coming up shortly. >> temperatures reached 50 and be here like they could for the weekend. >> these numbers are below for this time in the month of november. right now, 46 and cloudy outside of the weather center. it is a clearing of the cloud cover. 43 in gaithersburg, 43 in martinsburg. so mainly cloudy and chile evening, dropping tem
the story broke. an fbi investigation of alleged and female harassment led into a probe that eventually uncovered the extramarital affair that began this shortly after his book and ended four months ago. learning more about the woman at the center of this scandal rebecca cooper went out looking for answers to the about paula broadwell. >> she was supposed to be in washington this weekend for a 40th birthday party for her brother. she may be subpoenaed to come to d.c. to answer questions about the petraeus affair. this was apparently intended for them to see. dad loves a mom. when news broke of the affair, the radiologist scott, and his wife moved to little washington, virginia. now, the family is in seclusion at of congress investigate whether laws were broken between paula broadwell and david petraeus. >> he has had many hurdles in his life. have been many assignments worked they thought it was a disaster. >> she often accompanied him on military aircraft and went in afghanistan, "she would stay for several weeks or more in the special headquarters in kabul where she would have not be
taken police by surprise. >> it is very prominent. much more so than we originally thought. >> the fbi says that the gangs are targeting vulnerable young girls in public and on social media sites. they sent 1000 messages from a bogus facebook account trying to lure girls in. >> they come in through the wire and they can visit you come up on seen by us. >> we spoke by phone from federal prison to one of the accomplices. they told us that they try to build trust with new victims. >> >> it even happens in schools. in these court documents, one victim said another girl in school recruited her, telling her she was a confident, pretty woman who could make lots of money. >> is a parent's worst nightmare. >> for these traffickers, it is a low-cost high profit enterprise. >> gang members literally taking girls as young as 12, 14, going to construction sites, places where they believe there is a paying customer base. >> these convicted ms-13 members were found guilty of trafficking near a church. >> we do not have any control over who is in the room and what they are doing. >> the victims can b
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